P.J. Callaghan has been doing business in Florida for 67 years, working with many leading organizations around the state.
A full-page feature this month in the Florida Business Observer touches on that history along with some of what we’re doing to stay ahead of the curve and continually innovate and communicate.
From updating our graphic identity (for the first time since the 1977), to expanding our construction services over the years, to utilizing steel far outside the industrial arena, to getting further involved in the community – we’re proud of where we’ve come from, where we’re going, and to be recognized by the Business Observer for these efforts.
SVP Tom Burket has been selected to serve on St. Petersburg College (SPC)’s Building Arts & Engineering Technology Advisory Committee.
SPC’s Building Arts programs include such focuses as Architectural Design, Construction Technology, Drafting, and Design Technology. And certificate programs focus on such areas as Sustainable Design.
SPC maintains a series of advisory committees “to provide oversight and make sure our educational programs remain on-point and effective.” Further information about the advisory role is available at SPCollege.edu/epicenter/advisory. The one-year appointment is effective today, July 1.
In the confirmation letter to Burket, college president William D. Law said, “The college values the expertise and experience you will bring to the program and appreciates your willingness to assist.”
Burket said, “As a growing construction company, we’re glad to do what we can to help bolster, promote, and support Tampa Bay’s strength in technical education.”
P.J. Callaghan Senior Vice President Tobin Robeck was elected president of the Rotary Club’s St. Petersburg foundation known as the Sunset Rotary Foundation.
Additionally, Robeck was recently honored with the “Sunset Award” which recognizes the chapter’s “Rotarian of the Year.”
See more in the Business Observer (click here).